Please answer the question once more, but now from another perspective: That of a group or organisation expecting that you use its working practices.
Follow the instructions, protocols and processes.
Use common sense.
Split complex challenges into parts. Work from the parts.
Understand the whole of the complex challenge and its environment.
Use linear processes (step by step; if the situation is X then do Y).
Use open processes (like roundabouts on the road replacing traffic lights).
Experts provide the directions and make the decisions (integrated in processes, IT applications, standards and laws).
Those with the highest interest (e.g. employees or clients) are guided to make decisions.
Use command and control.
Use dialogue and experience. Trust others.
Agreements, processes and instructions tell which decisions to make.
Agreements, processes and instructions provide the boundaries within which decisions can be made.
Follow best practices/methods irrespective of whether they have been developed for a world gone by (less complex, stable).
Use best practices/methods that have demonstrated their value with complex challenges or have been designed for complex challenges.
Build on what you have.
Stop doing what does not work.
Define what you are talking about.
Use patterns: everybody can have a somewhat different view.
Decisions are based on hard facts/evidence.
Next to using facts/evidence, decision making is also based on feelings, intuition, experience and common sense.
Demonstrate short-term action when problems occur.
Resolve problems once and for all by solving their root cause(s).
How often did you select the left column and how often the right column?
Again, just remember the numbers .